HandHeld Message Service &

Handheld Flexible Representation







Hand Held Message Service (HHMS)

Hand Held Message Service (HHMS) is a framework for providing a universal access service to the mobile hand held device, such as cellular phones and PDA. For the initial implementation, it is a proxy type middleware that provides heterogeneous protocol interface, server side processing, and message optimization. Current efforts are focused on the integration with NaradaBrokering system which is general event-based message system. The service is integrated into a gateway plug-in to NaradaBrokering and a client library on mobile device. 

It is a research project in Community Grids Lab at the Indiana University and it represents Sangyoon Oh's work for his Thesis. 



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      Last Updated Aug. 2004.

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